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Churches in Transition - Openings

Transition Ministry in the Episcopal Diocese of Newark is a four-step process which may take up to 18 months. The steps are:

  1. Separation & Planning – Clergy in process of leave-taking; congregation developing interim ministry plan.
  2. Self Study – Congregation preparing to call Interim or Priest-in-Charge; Search Committee formed; Parish profile and ministry portfolio being developed.
  3. Discernment – Search Committee discerning best candidates for congregation's ministry.
  4. Call to New Ministry – Vestry discerning "best fit" among final candidates presented.
Church Name Town Positionsort descending Step Attachment(s)
St. Luke's Church Haworth Extended Supply 3. Discernment / Receiving Names
St. Stephen's Church Millburn Priest-in-Charge 3. Discernment / No Longer Receiving Names

PDF icon Millburn-Profile.pdf, PDF icon Millburn-Position Description.pdf, PDF icon Millburn-Portfolio.pdf
St. John's Memorial Church Ramsey Priest-in-Charge 3. Discernment / Receiving Names
Grace Church Rutherford Priest-in-Charge 2. Self Study
Church of the Holy Innocents West Orange Priest-in-Charge 2. Self Study
St. Clement's Church Hawthorne Priest-in-Charge (part-time) 2. Self Study
Holy Trinity Church Hillsdale Priest-in-Charge (part-time) 3. Discernment / Receiving Names

PDF icon Hillsdale-Profile-2018.pdf, PDF icon Hillsdale-Position Description-2018.pdf
St. Paul's Church Paterson Priest-in-Charge (part-time) 2. Self Study
Grace Church Madison Rector 3. Discernment / No Longer Receiving Names
PDF icon Profile-Grace Madison.pdf, PDF icon Portfolio-Grace Madison.pdf
St. James' Church Hackettstown Rector (part-time) 3. Discernment / Receiving Names

PDF icon Hackettstown Position Outline.pdf, PDF icon Hackettstown-Community-Profile.pdf, PDF icon Hackettstown-Parish Profile.pdf
St. Peter's Church Clifton To be Determined 1. Separation & Planning